Kitchens: Rashard Higgins isn't 'in doghouse'
Browns coach Freddie Kitchens said WR Rashard Higgins isn't in his doghouse.Advice
: "Last week was [Higgins’] first week truly back, and I thought Antonio [Callaway] had a good week of practice," Kitchens said. "Higg should have played some in the game yesterday, but the situation didn’t arise where he was in the game." Callaway's merely totaled 2/22 and was responsible for one of Baker Mayfield's interceptions since returning from suspension. Still, the second-year wideout played 47-of-69 (68%) offensive snaps against the Seahawks while Higgins stayed glued to the sideline. The more Callaway struggles, the closer Higgins gets to returning to his preseason role as the team's starter in three-wide sets. Rotoworld.com